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Wars D'Oeuvre How to re-enact the Battle of Waterloo (18th June 1815) using the remnants of a country dinner party

Sharp as Pin William Smith on how pin stripes went from bankers to gangsters and back again

Home Boys Torquil Arbuthnot & Nathaniel Slipper advocate forming battalions against modernity

A Gentleman's Guide to Youth Tribes Donald Twain looks at the sartorial choices facing the youth of today

The King of Tweed Patrick Grant on one of the dandiest of the English royals, Edward VII

Last of the Afghan Dandies Alistair Leighton finds an elderly gent with fond memories of Kabul

Tropical Tailoring Richard Burdett on maintaining sartorial principles in the face of Global Warming

Teacher, Leave them Kid Gloves Alone! Hector Gurgle-Smith advocates a more robust approach to pedagogy

The Military Chap Arbuthnot & Slipper on the only choice of career for the second son of a good family

The History of the Cufflink Professor Pinkerton on the origins of this essential gentleman's accoutrement

The Rover P4 Earl Okin sings the praises of his "gentlemen's club on wheels"

The Bollywood Moustache Michael Attree examines the hirsute mysteries of the Indian fakir

Dresing Gown Friday Edward Furnace finds that his bed is the only suitable place to do any work